Parsley dropwort is a weed which causes problems where it grows. At present, it grows mainly only in Northland and a few other locations within New Zealand. It is becoming more common in Auckland, Coromandel and Waikato. Parsley dropwort is a perennial we
Parely dropwort is a hairless, parsley-like perennial with feathery leaves and an efflorescence white flowers on along stalk. It produces tubers at the end of its fibrous roots.
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Parsley dropwort is commonly known as "carrot-weed" in New Zealand, though this name can lead to confusion with wild carrot (Daucus carota) which is another species.
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